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Tekken Collision 2016 | Tournament Results & Video Archives

Tekken Collision (2016) recently concluded this past weekend and the tournament was a huge success. Having successfully managed to get a group of international competition attending the event in Peru, the tournament was a great showcase for the Tekken talent in the region. The event ended without major incident and was completely streamed on for those that could not attend the tournament. Full results from the tournament challonge page and the video archive from the Atomix Games Twitch channel are now up and available for viewing. The results follow the video archive embedded below so spoiler note.

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New Master Tournament | New Brazilian TTT2 Tournament on Jan 23rd

UPDATE: Tournament results and Twitch archive has been added to this post!

Not this weekend but next weekend, on the Saturday (January 23rd) is a new Tekken tournament being held in Brazil. The tournament will showcase some of the best Tekken players from the South American region and will be available for everyone to see live on Twitch. It's being treated as a send-off tournament to TTT2 to see who is the 'new master' before Tekken 7 rolls around. Sweepstakes are happening at the event with the prize pool for the top placers at the tournament being R$300 for 1st, R$250 for 2nd and R$60 for 3rd. If you're bored on that day, feel free to tune in. You can catch further details on the tournament at it's website and Facebook page:

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Anakin & Inkognito Attending Peruvian tournament "Tekken Collision"

The Peruvian 'Tekken Alliance' cooperative group have come together to bring a new tournament to the South American country called "Tekken Collision." It's set to be held in the capital city of Lima on March 5th, 2016 next year and features both Tekken Tag Tournament 1 & 2 in the lineup. For it's first installment in this brand new tournament series, top USA players Anakin and Inkognito are coming down to battle against the Peruvian players on their home turf. Peru has recently been making waves in the scene after it's performance against Korean players Saint and JDCR and with the recent Ultimate Tournament XVI event with Abel making top 8 beating out Japan's AO. They've set their eyes on the US next by bringing some of their best players down so this will mark a big North VS South America battle. More details (including stream) on the tournament to come in the near future closer to the event's date.

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Peruvian Challenger TKS/NeNe Enters UTXVI

Our long list of international competitors heading to Ultimate Tournament XVI this October 17th in France is continuing to grow with the confirmation of yet another player: TKS/Nene! Representing the Tekken Survivors group in South America, he is a force to be reckoned with as he is considered to be one of the best players in the entire region's alongside Abel & Sapito with his Mishima team. You may remember him from his performance at the TXT tournament last year where he ended up being 4th place at the event. Things are only going to get even bigger with South America joining the competition and there's still some more international competition set to compete at the event so you can all look forward to that.

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JDCR is going to Peru on March 24

International global Tekken champion and self proclaimed 'Swag Lord' JDCR just announced on his YouTube channel that he is going to Peru on March 24. He'll arrive in Peru on March 24 and staying there for a bit to enter Peru's first International tournament on March 28 and 29. So any of you in the region should probably look out for this event if you want a piece of the action and hopefully defend the home turf against a Korean player once again. You can find JDCR's YouTube channel here.

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